Mahesh Babu requests fans to avoid social gathering on his birthday: Please stay safe
Mahesh Babu on Friday (August 7), requested his fans not to celebrate his birthday on August 9. In a statement written in English and Telugu, Mahesh Babu asked his fans to avoid any social gathering on his birthday due to the increase in the number of coronavirus positive cases. He further asked his fans to be safe during the times of despair.
Mahesh Babu will turn 45 this August 9 and his fans might have planned some events across Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Usually, his fans plan several welfare activities to celebrate his birthday in a grand manner. In a statement, he wrote, "A kind request to my dear fans, I feel blessed and thankful to have all of you. I truly appreciate all the good deeds you do to make my special day worth remembering. Since we are battling a global pandemic this year, safety is indispensable. I request all my fans to avoid any social gatherings on my birthday. Please stay safe (sic)."
A kind request to all my fans pic.twitter.com/UnAzeYPUBQ— Mahesh Babu (@urstrulyMahesh) August 7, 2020
Mahesh Babu's birthday is celebrated like a carnival in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. From film screenings to blood donation camps, his fans never fail to make Mahesh Babu's birthday a memorable event. He was last seen in director Anil Ravipudi's Sarileru Neekevvaru, which released on January 11.
However, the film received a lukewarm response from the audience. Mahesh Babu is now thrilled about his upcoming film, Sarkaru Vaari Paata. Directed by Parasuram, the actor unveiled the title and first-look poster of his film on his dad Krishna's birthday (May 31). Sarkaru Vaari Paata's shooting will resume once the government gives permission for film shoots.